Old Mill Poznań

Come to the table! You can find there our legendary pierogi: boiled and oven-baked ones and a lot of family warmth


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  • Cool! I love these dumplings and bakers. I am always pleasantly surprised by the starters, they are simple but delicious!
  • Delicious food, the best dumplings in town :) friendly and professional waiters :) thanks for service at the highest level to Mrs. Karolina.
  • My favorite dumplings, the best! In addition, I can change the baked dough to spelled! I love.
  • Best place for pierogi and other traditional Polish dishes! Very stylish place with very tasty and traditional polish food! Staff also really helpful and happy to recommend and explain dishes. Would definitely recommend when you are in Poznan!
  • Nice location and great setting with beautiful middle-ages decoration it looks like a guesthouse from a fantasy book.

About our restaurant

At Pierogarnia Stary Młyn in Poznań we continue a beautiful, centuries-old tradition. Zamkowa Street, where our restaurant is located, has always been an important point on the gastronomic map of the city. We invite you to a historic tenement house from 1880, which used to be a meeting place for writers, poets, philosophers and activists; a place where new ideas are created, a place of discussions and long feasts.

And we are just such a place today: a place to meet your loved ones, a place to celebrate important moments and to enjoy the legendary taste of our pierogi. Prepared according to a proven recipe and always with fresh, top-quality ingredients.

Enjoy our world!

About our tenement house

Zamkowa Street, where our Pierogarnia is located, has had its place on the gastronomic map of Poznań for several centuries - it was here that there were eateries, hams and high-class restaurants. The tenement house at number 7, which was built around 1880 and which is today under the protection of the Municipal Monument Conservator, was a meeting place for social and political activists from Poznań, including Jędrzej Moraczewski (later prime minister), philosopher Karol Libelt and Karol Marcinkowski (doctor and social activist). It was during their debates that the ideas of establishing the Polish Theater and the neoclassical Hotel Bazar were born, which are today one of the most recognizable monuments in Poznań.

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